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    Isaac S. Crum Joins Quarles & Brady’s Phoenix Office

    The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Isaac S. Crum has joined the firm’s Phoenix office as an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group.

    Crum practices in the area of patent litigation and has participated in the representation of clients in several fields, including the semiconductor and computer industries. He also has participated in representing clients before the International Trade Commission and U.S. District Courts in all phases of patent litigation, encompassing a wide range of technical areas, including mobile devices, mobile applications, Internet technologies, software and semiconductor design. Crum earned both his law degree and undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Arizona.

    About Quarles & Brady LLP
    Quarles & Brady LLP is a full-service law firm with more than 450 attorneys practicing from offices in Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz.; Naples and Tampa, Fla.; Chicago, Ill; Madison and Milwaukee, Wis.; and Washington, D.C. The firm provides an array of legal services to corporate and individual clients, which range from small entrepreneurial businesses to Fortune 100 companies. Additional information about the firm may be found at, and on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
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